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A Day in the Life of an Asian-American Woman

By: Julie Saxton A day in the life of an Asian-American woman begins like most other American women’s days. She might get up, get dressed, do her hair and makeup, and eat breakfast. She might leave the house for work or class and go about her schedule in a most ordinary way. But an Asian-American…

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Fear of Femininity

By: Julie Saxton I am not a “girly girl.” I never have been, I have never wanted to be, and I doubt I ever will be. I don’t like pink or frills or bows. I like shopping, but somehow I always end up picking out black clothes. I wear heels for the sole purpose of…

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